Scientology: L. Ron Hubbard Still Surfing the Galaxy

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Twenty-six years ago today, L. Ron Hubbard decided to leave his body after using it for 74 years.

A young David Miscavige, a Sea Org member who behind the scenes had been clearing the way to become Hubbard's successor as leader of the Scientology movement, announced Hubbard's death to his followers at the Palladium in Los Angeles. It is still a dramatic moment.

"Approximately two weeks ago, he completed all of his researches he had set out to do," Miscavige says, and you can hear the audience react with admiration and applause, apparently not realizing what's coming.

"He has now moved on to his next level of OT* research. This level is beyond anything anyone of us has ever imagined. This level is in fact done in an exterior state. Meaning, that it is done completely exterior from the body. At this level of OT, the body is nothing more than an impediment, an encumbrance to any further gain as an OT. Thus, at 2000 hours Friday, the 24th of January, AD 36, L. Ron Hubbard discarded the body he had used in this lifetime for 74 years, 10 months, and 11 days. The body he had used to facilitate his existence in this MEST universe had ceased to be useful and in fact had become an impediment to the work he now must do outside of its confines. He felt it was important, as Scientologists, that you were the first to become aware of this fact...

"The being we knew as L. Ron Hubbard still exists. However, the body he had could no longer serve his purposes. This decision was one made at complete cause by L. Ron Hubbard. Although you may feel grief, understand that he did not, and does not now. He has simply moved on to his next step."

Well, it's 26 years later, and L. Ron is apparently still researching new OT levels out between the stars somewhere. Ex-Scientologists tell me that church executives still fully believe that Hubbard will eventually return to the Earth in a new body, and they are preparing for that with several different houses for the new Hubbard to live in.

We'll have more about that in one of several lengthy stories we're preparing at the moment. But for now, let's just contemplate the amazing translation of L. Ron Hubbard from tubby old recluse to galactic soul surfer, surely an amazing moment in American spiritual history.

[*OT = "Operating Thetan," a level of spiritual enlightenment that Scientologists achieve after several years -- and tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees. "AD 36" = After Dianetics, which was published in 1950. "MEST" = an acronym for "matter, energy, space, and time," which represents the physical, rather than spiritual realm. Still confused? Check out our primer, "What is Scientology?"]


Update: January 24 turns out to be an anniversary in other ways for Scientology watchers. As Kate Bornstein tells us in the comments below, it was January 24, 1986 that she legally changed her name from Al to Kate. And I just spotted this notice by Claire Headley at Facebook which gives us another reason to mark this day on the calendar:

Today is my own personal Independence Day... This day seven years ago I escaped from a dangerous cult with the clothes on my back, $200 in my purse and the husband I love. I miss my family who were taken from me in the process and I hope one day they will return to me... However I love the life I now have and thus I celebrate breaking free from the cult I was born into.



Tony Ortega is the editor-in-chief of The Village Voice. Since 1995, he's been writing about Scientology at several publications.

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tf9006888
tf9006888

I used to live by the Celebrity Centre in Hollywood and went in a couple of times to feel the crazy. 

They have a cordoned off office there with his name on a placard. It's ready for his return. 

Fah-reeeeeky. 

(Just like every religion).

Strelnikov
Strelnikov

Ron isn't "surfing the galaxy"; he's a gigolo on Zordak 12.

Synthia Elizabeth Fagen
Synthia Elizabeth Fagen

Miscavige may or may not have had any prior knowledge or participation in the death of Flo Barnett. We may never know.

What we do know is that he is the leader of a dangerous cult where even the mother-in-law of the head honcho was not protected from the vicious malpractice of a pseudoscience that far too often ends in psychosis, deep depression, or illness.

At the very least it most often ends in broken lives, destroyed families, bankrupted and struggling members, and mind controlled robots who will swear their religion works and that they couldn't be happier, right up to that very day where they finally realize they have been had.

It doesn't really matter if DM was involved in a murder or if she committed suicide. He still has all of her blood on his hands and that of many, many others as well.

To say, "That bitch got what she deserved" shows just how depraved this person really is.

Was she murdered? I believe that one could make an argument that she was, even if not technically as the very organization that was entrusted to truly care about her welfare, abandoned her and allowed/caused her to have a mental breakdown.

Driving people to suicide surely is an efficient way to murder.

Tye Solaris
Tye Solaris

I was there when the announcement was made.

I also recall when the "Kid" walked on stage and took the Podium...

Here was some junior officer who was not even an executive... and all of the elder leadership just moved off to the side... and stood silent.

It was peculiar.... but now since the sheer tonnage of vetted historical testimony has come forward it all makes sense ... and the portrait of what they presented to membership was just a lie.

Sam
Sam

Seriously does anyone believe a word that comes out of Miscavige's mouth?LRH always said if it isn't written it isn't true. Where are the dox Darth Midget????My opinion - Miscavige made up a fairy story to prevent and exodus from the cult.He sure looks nervous.......

DO
DO

DM has "run the show" for almost as long as LRH.

Most active Scientologists joined AFTER this DM presentation.Do 1970s-era Kodak employees come back to the now-bankrupt Kodak and criticize it because they have updated themselves to keep with the times (e.g., digital photography)?  Of course not.

So why do old-timers criticize the Church for updating itself?  Look, as with most organizations, Scientology has many policies... taken out of context, they even may appear contradictory.  So it's easy to blame any change as being "off policy", when, in fact, it might just be modern day management practices that have no underlying policy.

The Catholic Church updated itself with second Vatican council.  Now Mass can be in languages other than Latin.  Are they criticized?  (Well, apart from Mel Gibson's dad.)

Same with Mormonism.  The Romneys who fled USA to Mexico so they could practice polygamy... well, guess what, no need for that, as the Mormon church banned the practice 100 years ago.

So, too, Scientology demonstrates itself as a present time religion by refining its practices, by filtering poorly transcribed source material, and pushing off bad choices by earlier administrators.

The Catholic church had pretender Popes in Avignon (or was it the other way around, I forget)... Scientology can have its own internal disputes, surely, without criticism that the whole edifice of the modern church is flawed.

The Scientologist
The Scientologist

I actually emailed Tony some weeks back about this very issue of the past lives case folders, and the fact that never have any "past life" Scientologists returned to continue their auditing from where they had last left off.

My issue was that Church staff, without any evidence whatsoever or even the willingness to provide some shred of evidence, will lie through their teeth and claim that "countless" Scientologists have returned to continue their auditing from their original previous lifetime case folder. People first receiving auditing have to sign a waiver disclaiming any right to the case folder, effectively making their case folders the sole property of the Church. When asked why this is so, it's because of this past life nonsense.

When I repeatedly demanded evidence of past life Scientologists returning and using their original case folders, I always ended up in Ethics, because the most they would show is some sort of incredibly vague success story, and even then these were few and far between and didn't prove anything except somebody saying, "I was a past life Scientologist! I came back to continue auditing this lifetime and now I am Clear!" or some bullshit like that. Not even any mention that they found their past lifetime grave marker, or even remembered their name so as to get the case folder.

I even went so far as to put in a request to get my own past lifetime case folder so I could continue auditing, and I told them I had my name and everything. I had to go through at least 14 different Sea Org terminals before I actually encountered someone who even remotely gave a rats ass, because they were all indifferent to the point that they didn't even seem to believe this shit themselves. The last person I talked to told me how to go through the process, that I had to contact the exact org where auditing had last been completed.

So, I did that, sent a request in and everything to the local org where I had allegedly completed my last auditing action in the previous lifetime, and I never heard back from anyone. I sent several more letters, and even routed copies to ED Int and C/S Int - months passed and I was completely ignored.

When it comes to this type of bullshit, I would say most of these motherfuckers don't believe in any of it. And since they obviously don't buy into their own bullshit, why the fuck they continue lying to people is beyond me. The only conclusion I've been able to reach is that they're just sick in the head.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Ron? That you? Sorry, I must be hearing things, carry on.

Heather Grace
Heather Grace

Happy anniversary, Claire. You made a great decision and I'm just one of thousands who respects and admires you and celebrates the fact that you left the cult.

Anon A
Anon A

I often wonder if some Scientologists don't occasionally steal cigarettes from the packs of Kools supposedly kept in the desk drawers of the empty offices set apart for LRH's "return" at various Orgs.  Are they always Kools?  How often are the packs changed out?  Which Org flunky is in charge of this? What if you get caught stealing a cig from "Ron's" pack?

WTF?
WTF?

"He has now moved on to his next level of OT* research. This level is beyond anything anyone of us has ever imagined. This level is in fact done in an exterior state. Meaning, that it is done completely exterior from the body. At this level of OT, the body is nothing more than an impediment, an encumbrance to any further gain as an OT."So, which OT levels come after you leave your body? And, if you do not happen to die so you can start these levels, do they have an app that helps with that?

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Ahh, poor davey doesn't have a telepromtor, he has to read from notes. :-[

Radio Paul
Radio Paul

They applauded DM when he came out to report the death of LRH but I suspect that when DM dies they will be jumping for joy. Unless they drink the Kool-Aid with him.

V for Vacation
V for Vacation

"The only difference between a cult and a religion is 100 years." - unknown?

“Theonly difference between a cult and a religion is the amount of real estate theyown” - Frank Zappa

“Acult is a religion with no political power.” - Thomas Wolfe

Kim O'Brien
Kim O'Brien

" The sleep of reason brings forth monsters " . -Goya

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

That was a very funny email title for this one, Tony. ( "Come back to the five and dime, LRH, LRH" ) Reminds me that  "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean" was probably one of the last important films Karen Black ever did.

V for Vacation
V for Vacation

AD 36?  After Dianetics?  Really?   

/eye roll

sketto
sketto

Do Scientologists ever actually put it together that they are waiting for The Second Coming? Only, instead of expecting a loving, bearded, moral preacher like Jesus they've prepared a nice office space for a cruel, money-hungry, creepy blowhard like Hubbard.

Yeppir
Yeppir

Whoops - edited (reposted elsewhere).

anon anon song
anon anon song

You'd think that as a last gesture of goodwill LRon would've orchestrated one final opportunity to prove his OT/(any) prowess to multiple witnesses by... I don't know, recording an "at cause" goodbye message for his followers. It's not like he could credibly claim that he was at a loss for words or too modest for not doing so. But no, once again (and unsurprisingly) all we have left is independent source reports contradicting what he and the Co$ claimed.

sketto
sketto

I've always loved this video of Miscavige because if you look closely, he is literally talking out of the side of his mouth. It is amazing how the body manifests tells - in this case, the tell that the speaker is a lying sack of shit.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

What's up with the faux military uniform? Miscaviage looks like a little toy soldier from "The Nutcracker." What a joke!

I hope LRH comes back and slaps the hell out of McSlappy.

Markfisher57
Markfisher57

I remember that day well.  I was DM's "personal assistant" at the Gold/Int Base and ran his office at that time.   DM and his wife Shelly had disappeared all of a sudden from the base a few days before the announcement.    This happened from time to time, so no reason for concern.   It was when the orders came down to get everyone at the base to Palladium in LA that it felt like something important was happening.   My wife, who had been a long time Messenger for LRH and grew up in the Sea Org, and I drove down to LA from the base near Hemet.    I remember the ominous tone of the music being played at the start of the event.  At that point I thought that maybe LRH had died.    When I saw DM on the stage and the announcement came, I was not surprised but I was surprised that the crowd was basically ordered from the podium not to show any grief when that is a perfectly human and natural thing to do.   Many of the people in the audience had personally worked with LRH on the Apollo and at the bases in the US.    When we drove home after the event, my wife and I were pretty much numb as to what happened.   We were happy to see Pat Broeker for the first time in years and wondered what would happen with him and his wife Annie who had been taking care of LRH.   My wife was friends with Annie.  It was shortly after this event that my job became gettting together a staff of people to move to the Ranch in Creston, California where LRH died in order to work on projects that were going to continue under Pat Broeker's direction.   The power struggle began almost immediately between DM and his supporters and Pat B and his supporters.   We all thought at the time that LRH would come back and I remember thinking that this would be the first real physical proof that spiritual beings live more than one life.   Afterall if LRH couldn't come back to life in a new body, how could any of us?    My viewpoint has since changed.   

Schockenawd
Schockenawd

What I would really like to know is whether Miscavige actually, truly believes that crap.

Scottfree
Scottfree

How will we know when El Ron returns? I asked Fraser, but all he did was chase me around London and try to take my mask while screaming his Vogon poetry at me.

koki raki
koki raki

when I see this OT,here in LRHs Bulgravia, I always read it as LOL... so there is LOL I,LOL II,LOL III......when I see SO, I read it as son of b...h ...you just have to love this cult,they are so funny.

big hello from LRHs Bulgravia.

exsomessenger
exsomessenger

I was in florida, in the Sea Org and a messenger when this news came out. It was quite a shock but we were told not to feel any sadness about it but to go back and produce that much more. The big push at that time was getting the FSO (flag service Org) up to a million dollars a week in Gross Income. Which we did and held for months.

There were quite a few sea org members that seemed very confused at the brush off that was given as to LRH leaving his body.

Watching it again here, David Miscavige looks very caculated and cold in his words, it is like he was trying to muster up some emotion but failed.

what happend right after this was a loyal officer issue that named Pat and Annie (rip) broker. Of course this was then cancelled moments later with no real explanation other then PAt and Annie are bad ummm Kay.

Us Lemmings (sea org members) swallowed it all up and asked for more (facepalm.)

Thanks for reporting and keeping it real Tony.

NOTseriously
NOTseriously

The most awful thought has been bugging me all morning. Hubbard v2 would be, what, 4 years old now, they figure? How many 4yo Sciloons are there? I would keep a close eye on MY 4yo Sciloon, just in case David Miscavige the diminutive dictator pulls a Herod and does them all in. Could he? Would he?

Andy Panda
Andy Panda

A sorry end for a sorry man. This speech screams CULT.

Kate Bornstein
Kate Bornstein

I've written about the old man's death and my reactions to it elsewhere. But now, in the spirit of the contemplation you asked for, Mister Tony, here's some irony to contemplate: the day L. Ron Hubbard died was the same day my name change from Al to Kate became legal. I didn't know it at the time, of course—there was no internet, and there was virtually no coverage of his death from the established news media. Hey, Tony... did the Voice cover his death? Do your archives go back that far? But isn't that cool—his death, my name change? I coulda made that up, but I really didn't.

Anyway, I'm not celebrating the old guy's death. He was alone, insane, and on anti-psychotic meds. Fuck the irony and the karma... I wouldn't wish that on anyone. However, I do get to celebrate today, because it's the anniversary of the very first day that I could say honestly to the world: "Hi, my name's Kate. What's yours?" So… happy girl name day to me. xoxo K

sharkattacksteve
sharkattacksteve

" ..The body he had used to facilitate the confidence game known as $cientology had ceased to be useful to me and in fact had become an impediment in my take over of the Church so at 2000 hours Friday, the 24th of January, AD 36 I instructed Dr Denk to give LRH an overdose of Vistaril.."

Is more like it.

Ivy Mapother
Ivy Mapother

After watching the video, my only question is: Does David Miscavige still represent the Lollipop Guild or is the Sea Org thing a full-time gig? Either way, I can't help myself. I want to look down and salute.

NOTseriously
NOTseriously

Happy Dead Hubbard Day! Did y'all get your cards? Thinking of you.....

Scottfree
Scottfree

Fraser Kee Scott is a walking, talking Scientology commercial. He has a psychic link with El Ron who commanded him to tell people to vote for Ron Paul, tho he is British and can't vote in the US. He warned that if we don't have Ron Paul as the next Prez, our body thetans are going to freak out and eat us limb by limb. True story.

DeckardCain
DeckardCain

Another story tease, Tony?  You know that I have to work my morning breakfast routine around the downstat you deliver, so I appreciate the warning but I'm getting anxious.  Scrambled downstat is like egg beaters; not entirely satisfying but does the job.

So I don't forget...."David Miscavige" is a psychotic, murderous, and criminal cult leader.  How was that, Chuck? 

Skwerl King
Skwerl King

When I built my house I had an "office" built for L. Ron's return. To make sure he'd feel at home I consulted the best S/M mistresses in its design and we chose the appropriate theme: the Apollo's chain locker. We then ordered 200 cases of Vistaril so he would really feel at home.

LRH v2
LRH v2

I'm back, and this Miscavige, wow that boy has really goofed the floof.

TheGuest
TheGuest

Good Grief!  Far too kind for the impediment we all knew as Commodore, who knew nothing of grief, or kindness, or love, and knew less of seamanship, unless it involved steering children into rat infested chain lockers.  No, even the RPF is too good for this disembodied creeptain.Davey's locker works just fine for me.

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

ps: Marty Rathbun and Mike Rinder believe this, too.

 Thetan-X
Thetan-X

Now THATS some funny shit !!!Thanks Tony, I have seen the video umpteen times, but reading the transcript is just side-splitting !!! ."The body he had used to facilitate his existence in this MEST universe had ceased to be useful and in fact had become an impediment " ,  yea I'm pretty sure it did "impede" him. Thats rich, thanks again Tony !!

Mimi The Great
Mimi The Great

Wouldnt it be a kick in the nuts for good ol LRH to come back as a thetan in a "child's" body and be recruited into the sea org for the standard billion year contract and waste his new life scrubbing shit out of toilets and disconnecting from friends and family, receiving no formal education or medical care and alas being put in the RPF for thinking horribly of himself, ahhhh! What sweet Karma this would be!

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